DISH Bolsters Senior Leadership Team
07 March 2013 5:30 PM | No Comments
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–To address its strategic imperative to enhance the overall customer experience, DISH (NASDAQ: DISH) – one of the nation’s leading pay-TV providers – today announced two key executive changes....Read More
Introducing Roku 3: the Fastest, Most Powerful Roku Player to Date
06 March 2013 8:00 AM | No Comments
SARATOGA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today Roku® is making it easier and quicker than ever to access more than 750 channels of the best movies, TV shows, sports, music and games with the new...Read More
Skyworks Expands Suite of 802.11ac Solutions
28 February 2013 7:00 AM | No Comments
BARCELONA, Spain–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Skyworks Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: SWKS), an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors enabling a broad range of end markets, today expanded its wireless portfolio with the introduction of highly...Read More
Analogix Releases Single-Cable SlimPort HDTV Connector
25 February 2013 2:04 PM | No Comments
SANTA CLARA, Calif. & BARCELONA, Spain–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mobile World Congress 2013 — Analogix Semiconductor®, a leader in DisplayPort-based interconnect devices, has just added a SlimPort HDTV cable to their feature line of...Read More
Shifting up to 15% of TV Ad Spend to Online Builds More Effective Reach at a Lower Cost, According to New Research from IAB
25 February 2013 10:00 AM | No Comments
PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–With brand marketers always looking to get the most out of their advertising budgets, the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) today released “A Comprehensive...Read More
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Steve Jobs Archive
Posted on September 1, 2010 | No CommentsSAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apple® today announced the new Apple TV® which offers the simplest way to watch your favorite HD movies and TV shows on your HD TV for the breakthrough price...
Posted on June 7, 2010 | No CommentsA backside-illuminated 5 megapixel sensor is about to grace the new iPhone's rear, equipped with an LED flash and 720p / 30fps video recording. Tap to focus will also be rolled out in the iPhone Quattro, and Steve Jobs is keen to impress on us all that although the megapixel count has grown, the quality of images has apparently improved. That's what they all say. The added functionality of iMovie won't come for free, however, with Apple asking a $4.99 tithe for granting access to its more sophisticated video editing options. This is moving things along, to be sure, but why is the upper limit of storage still 32GB? A more generous apportionment of memory would've gone very nicely indeed with that HD video mode.
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Check out more from WWDC 2010 in our liveblog!
Posted on June 2, 2010 | No Commentsliveblog for a timestamped play by play, or browse through some of the highlights below.
- On TV: 'no one wants to buy a box'
- On Foxconn: 'We're all over this'
- On lost iPhone 4G prototype: it's an 'amazing' story
- iPhone OS 'started on a tablet'
- 'There might be' advantages to two iPhone carriers in US
We put some extra scintillating quotes after the break to shield the eyes of your children. Just a note, however: all of these are paraphrased quotes typed live as Steve was speaking, and not to be construed as the verbatim Word of Steve Jobs, though the gist is certainly there.Permalink | Email this | Comments
Posted on June 2, 2010 | No CommentsSteve Jobs' D8 conference -- and believe us, it's heavily quotable -- but don't you want to see and hear the Apple CEO claim HyperCard was huge in its day? Or perhaps you're more interested in his thoughts on Flash, market cap, and the iPad origins -- either way, videos are after the break, with presumably more to come from All Things D.
Update: Four new videos have been added!
Update 2: Two new videos have been added!Permalink | Email this | Comments
Posted on June 1, 2010 | No Commentsdigg_url = 'http://digg.com/gadgets/Steve_Jobs_on_TV_no_one_wants_to_buy_a_box_Engadget'; Well isn't that a breath of fresh air. With no apologies given to its long-standing policy, Apple CEO Steve Jobs provided a pretty honest and thorough assessment of what's wrong with the TV set-top box market. "No one wants to buy a box -- ask TiVo, ask Roku, ask us... ask Google in a few months" (in the spirit of competition, of course). In Jobs' opinion, "the only way that's going to change is if you tear up the [box], give it a new UI, and get it in front of consumers in a way they're going to want it." Frankly, we're pretty happy how quick and succinct he was able to respond in a Q &A session, seems like he's been mulling it over -- and given what we heard about Apple TV's future plans, we're not surprised. All the pertinent quotes, care of our liveblog, after the break.Permalink | Email this | Comments